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Planet, Places, People: Unlock Workplace Sustainability

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Our planet’s climate is changing. Governments, businesses, and individuals around the world are working together to reduce humanity’s impact on the climate through Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) initiatives. Since office buildings account for more than one-third of global CO2 emissions*, businesses expect facilities managers to help drive change.


Technologies including AI, sensors, and workplace analytics are empowering facilities managers to prioritize human health and environmental sustainability while also reducing workplace costs and enhancing utilization. To learn more, please join us for our new webcast series, People, Places, Planet: The Future of Workplace Management. In this first session, we will explore the challenges of sustainability and facilities managers’ role in leveraging technology to address ESG.


*UN Environment Programme, 2022 Global Status Report for Buildings and Construction

Key Takeaways:

  • How office buildings function similarly to living organisms, with the facility manager acting as the brain, monitoring processes, addressing problems, and adapting to changing conditions
  • Modern technology, including sensors, advanced workplace management systems, and artificial intelligence (AI), has revolutionized facility management. These tools allow facility managers to operate buildings more efficiently, focusing resources where and when they’re needed.
  • Technology evolution has also changed our perception of the workplace. It’s no longer just a place for work; today’s smart office buildings can improve employee happiness, health, and productivity.


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Jennifer Heath

Director, Product Marketing, FM:Systems

Andrew Butterworth
Andrew Butterworth

VP, Strategy, FM:Systems

Martin Renkis

Martin Renkis

Executive Director, Global Partnerships & Alliances, Johnson Controls

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